Despite being both powered by internal combustion, the world of cars and bikes hardly ever cross. Cars and bikes are just ever so different modes of transport in themselves that, while some car guys delve into bikes and vice versa, are just entirely different disciplines altogether. Though quite uncommon to see any collaborations from them in recent history, both Ford and Harley-Davidson have worked on the F-150 in the past but projects stopped around 2011.
Adorned with orange accents all around as well as Harley-Davidson badging, the Ford F150 Harley-Davidson edition is a limited-run production that will be headed by the Tuscany Motor Company instead of becoming an official Ford product.
While this version of the F150 is mostly aesthetic, the HD F150 comes standard with Fox Shocks all around as well as a set of 22-inch wheels which draw inspiration from Harley’s Fat Boy motorcycle. A Flowmaster exhaust also brings the F150 closer to the decibels a bike would usually make.
Details such as Raptor-style inserts, a detachable LED light bar, and honeycomb designs on the intake and grill sections all lend towards a more menacing look to the HD F150. Functionality is improved with a power stepboard as well as a tonneau cover for the pickup bed.
The interior gets a fair share of Harley-Davidson branding as well. The F-150 gets leather seats with diamond stitching in orange. The motorcycle brand's emblem also appears throughout the cabin, on the floor mats, door panels, and on the gauge cluster itself.
Prices for the customized Harley-Davidson F150 are $97,415 (about Php 5.075 million) for one with an Agate Black exterior, $97,710 (about Php 5.090 million) for White Platinum, and Leadfoot gray for $98,433 (about Php 5.128 million).